One Book To Rule Them All 3

Continued from Part Two

shutterstock_253710055-largeIn a poll I posted to help us all get to know each other I asked the question:
If you could only ever read one book forever, what book would you choose?

Now many of you did say you’d rather not live, and though I’m sure many others felt torn between that option and having to chose, they did choose. I have compiled the following montage.

There can only be one, one book to rule them all!

Part THREE of Three:

 The King James Bible

The Bride Collector

by Ted Dekker


The Count of Monte Cristo

by Alexandre Dumas

I have to hoorah this one as it is an all time favorite of mine 😀


I haven’t finished writing it yet…. 😉

The Cardturners

by Louis Sachar


The complete works of Theodore Storm
Sorry this is all I could find.



by James Joyce

9424093Poems of Heinrich Heine


Shadow of the Wind

by Carlos Ruiz Zafon

This is a fantastic book, a little short though…



The Metamorphasis

by Frank Kafka




by Timothy Findley


Oryx and Crake

by Margaret Atwood



The Siege

by Helen Dunmore


I only like books WHILE I’m reading them.
Interesting response.


Marching Powder:
A True Story of Friendship, Cocaine, and South America’s Strangest Jail

by Thomas McFadden


DNA of the Gods

by Chris H. Hardy Ph.D.


Sometime a good book is just getting away from it all.


by Robin

This is another all time favorite of mine and I was impressed to see it was picked 3 times 😀

Fahrenheit 451

by Ray Bradbury

Seven Pillars of Wisdom

by T. E. Lawrence

A wise a choice 😉


The Great Gatsby 

by F. Scott Fitzgerald


by Lisa McMann

I’ve heards this is a great series, one day maybe I’ll get a chance to read it.

Bird by Bird:
Some Instructions on Writing and Life

by Anne Lamott


Well that concludes our look into the most cherished books of the
Cafe Book Bean community. It has been a lot of fun to see so many great books represented, and to learn new ones as well. We are a like-minded,
yet diverse group of book lovers, and I so enjoyed this fun project.

So… What would you choose?


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